Phased reopening of overnight facilities begins June 1
Check the schedule. Click through to a location's Visitor Alert to see details on specific sites and services.
At a limited number of state park campsites, visitors can stay for a whole month or even a full season (typically early May through early September). For pricing and other park-specific information, or to apply for or make reservations, call the park in which you are interested.
- Bathrooms: Water and toilet facilities are available
- Capacity: Up to six people, one tent/RV per site
- Cooking: All sites have a picnic table and fire ring with grill for cooking
- Firewood: Can be purchased at the park office. Minnesota allows only approved firewood on DNR lands
- Pets: All pets must be kept on a leash of not more than six feet and personally attended at all times
- Quiet Hours: From 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
Rates and locations
If demand exceeds availability at a particular park, a lottery will be conducted and the park will notify applicants whether or not they were selected. If sites are available after this date, they will be administered on a first-come, first-served basis. No preference will be given to monthly or seasonal campers from prior years.
|Big Stone Lake State Park|
|The park is located in Ortonville and offers monthly and seasonal camping at two electric sites.||$300||$900|
|Hayes Lake State Park|
Lake Bronson State Park
|The park, south of Roseau, offers monthly and seasonal camping with seven electric sites from mid-May to Labor Day.||$250||$700|
|Kilen Woods State Park|
|The park offers monthly and seasonal camping at three electric sites. Please call Phil Nasby to inquire.||$300||$900|
|Lac qui Parle State Park|
|Located in Montevideo, the park offers monthly or seasonal camping at three electric sites and one site with water, sewer and electricity.||$250|
|Lake Bronson State Park|
|The park, near Hallock, offers monthly or seasonal camping from mid-May to Labor Day. Five electric sites are available.||$350||$1,000|
|Myre - Big Island State Park|
|Located in Albert Lea, the park offers monthly or seasonal camping at four sites; three have electric hook-ups.||$250|
|Old Mill State Park|
Lake Bronson State Park
|The park, near Thief River Falls, offers monthly or seasonal camping with seven electric and water sites, from Memorial Day to Labor Day.||$250||$600|
|Rice Lake State Park|
|Rice Lake State Park has three sites, two of which offer electricity. Located in Owatonna, please call the park to inquire.||$300|
|Upper Sioux Agency State Park|
|Located in Granite Falls, the park offers monthly or seasonal camping at two campsites with electric sites.||$250||$700|
ParkFinder will help you find the park that fits your needs.